Dr. Keiko Miura

Keiko MiuraWissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Ethnologie

DFG-Forschergruppe zu Cultural Property

Website Ethnologie

Teilprojekt
Vorträge
  • Mit Brigitta Hauser-Schäublin: “The Political Dimensions of Cultural Property Research“, International Symposium of the Interdisciplinary Research Group on Cultural Property, The Constitution of Cultural Property: Interim Conclusions, 15.-17.06.2011 Göttingen, Germany.
  • “Conservation Regime of Old Villagescapes and Development in the Phase of Sustainable Development in Angkor”, Second International Symposium on Cultural Property, Interdisciplinary Research Group on The Constituting of Cultural Property: Actors, Discourses, Contexts, Rules, 17.-20.08.2010 Göttingen, Germany.
  • “From Property to Heritage: Different Notions, Rules of Ownership and Practices of New and Old Actors in Angkor World Heritage Site”, International Symposium on Cultural Property, Interdisciplinary Research Group on The Constituting of Cultural Property: Actors, Discourses, Contexts, Rules, 12.-15.11.2009 Göttingen, Germany.
Publikationen
  • 2011: Living with Angkor Heritage (in Japanese). Tokyo: Mekong.
  • 2010: World Heritage Sites in South-East Asia: Angkor and Beyond. Michael Hitchcock, Victor T. King, and Michael Parnwell (eds.) Heritage Tourism in South East Asia. Copenhagen, Nias; Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press.
  • 2009: Processes of Creation, Appropriation and Embodiment of the Sacred in Angkor (in Japanese). Bulletin of the Graduate Division of Letters, Arts and Sciences of Waseda University. Vol. 54.
  • 2009: World Heritage Sites in South-East Asia: Angkor and Beyond. Michael Hitchcock, Victor T. King, and Michael Parnwell (eds.) Heritage Tourism in South East Asia. Copenhagen, Nias; Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press (in press).